Powersoft's Jon Garner (right) demonstrating Armonia software to an attendee.
Los Angeles, CA (December 3, 2015)—Italian amplifier manufacturer Powersoft recently held listening sessions in Los Angeles and San Francisco to demonstrate and highlight its Class D amplifiers and moving magnet linear technology.
Each of the “Xperience the Power” presentations, which occurred on November 18 and 20, included a demonstration of Powersoft's amplifier lines, including K Series, X Series and its Armonia software. The sessions explored advantages of Class D amplification, which Powersoft introduced in 1995. These include more efficient power consumption, lower heat dissipation and a smaller physical footprint, among other stated benefits.
Also being shown was the M-System high output power subwoofer, utilizing Powersoft's patented M-Force motor transducer, its M-Drive switching mode amplifier module and its Differential Pressure Control (DPC) technology.
"M-Force represents the pinnacle of all of Powersoft's engineering developments that have transpired over the last 20 years," commented Paul Freudenberg, U.S. general manager, Powersoft. "There are limitations to the conventional amplifier and transducer model, and M-Force changes that paradigm with a specialized, purpose built linear motor and a specialized amplifier. The result is an unparalleled amount of force, power and sonic efficiency in a very small enclosure."
"This roadshow—which we expect will continue into 2016—takes Powersoft's message of performance and efficiency to companies that are at the top of their game in areas such as live sound providers, systems integrators and OEM manufacturers," Freudenberg continued. "As Powersoft does not manufacture loudspeakers, this represents a vast opportunity for the market at large."